Tuition, Fees and Living Expenses

MPH 2016-2017 (for the 9 month academic year):

The standard single student budget below is used in calculating financial aid, including grants and loans. The budget assumes a modest lifestyle for a single student in New Haven. The room and board figure assumes shared housing in an off-campus apartment.

Program Fee 395
Course Materials & Copy Fees1,080
Room and Board 14,692
Yale Hospitalization2,264

Advance Professional Degree Program (AP/MPH) Budget Summer 2016

In addition to the 9 month budget listed above, the following charges apply for July and August.

Room & Board3,258

Tuition for Summer is due on July 1.

The Yale University Office of Student Financial Services (SFS) bills you for tuition, hospitalization, and the student activity fee on a semester basis. Failure to pay the amount due that is not covered by financial aid will result in a $125.00 a month late fee. SFS also acts as a clearinghouse for various charges and credits that are placed directly on your student account by The School of Public Health and other University departments. SFS sends email notices to Yale email accounts monthly to inform students that their bill is available online. It is imperative that you monitor your Yale email account on an on-going basis.

Tuition and FeesBilling DatePayment Due
Fall TermJuly 1August 1
Spring TermNovember 1December 1  

Please Note: Yale University does not accept credit card payments. Payments may be made on line via our eBill-ePay system, by personal check in US dollars drawn on a US bank or by wire transfer.

You can also choose the Yale Payment Plan (YPP) which provides students with the option to pay education expenses on a monthly basis. The YPP is designed to relieve the pressure of “lump-sum” payments by allowing families to spread payments over a period of months without incurring any interest charges. Participation is optional and elected on an annual basis. The cost to enroll is $100 per contract and the first payment is expected June 1st. Click to enroll on line for the next academic year. If you have any questions about the YPP or would like assistance, please call (203) 432-2700 and select Press 1 from the Main Menu.

Calculating Your Amount Due